Eurovision Song Contest 2009

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Eurovision Song Contest 2009 var tann 54. í røðini av Eurovision Song Contest. Sangkappingin varð hildin hin 16. mai 2009 við 2 hálvfinalum 12. mai og 14. mai.[1] Showið var hildið í Olimpijskij í Moskva, Russland.[2][3] Noreg vann kappingina við sanginum Fairytale, sum Alexander Rybak sang.

Finalan[rætta | rætta wikitekst]

Plasering Raðnr. Land Mál Sangarar Heitið
(M = Musikkur; T = Tekstur)
Týðing Stig Mynd
1. 20 Noreg Enskt Alexander Rybak Fairytale
M/T: Alexander Rybak
Ævintýr 387 Alexander Rybak
2. 7 Ísland Enskt Yohanna Is It True?
M/T: Óskar Páll Sveinsson, Chris Neil, Tinatin Japaridze
Passar tað? 218 Yohanna
3. 11 Aserbadsjan Enskt AySel & Arash Always
M: Arash Labaf, Robert Uhlmann, Johan Bejerholm, Marcus Englof, Alex Papaconstantinou; T: Arash Labaf, Robert Uhlmann, Elin Wrethov, Anderz Wrethov
Fyri altíð 207 AySel & Arash
4. 18 Turkaland Enskt Hadise Düm tek tek
M: Sinan Akçıl; T: Sinan Akçıl, Hadise Açıkgöz, Stefaan Fernande
- 177 Hadise
5. 23 Stórabretland Enskt Jade Ewen It’s My Time
M/T: Andrew Lloyd Webber, Diane Warren
Tað er mín tíð 173 Jade Ewen
6. 15 Estland Estiskt Urban Symphony Rändajad
M/T: Sven Lõhmus
Ferðandi 129 Urban Symphony
7. 8 Grikkaland Enskt Sakis Rouvas
Σάκης Ρουβάς
This Is Our Night
M: Dimitris Kontopoulos; T: Graig Porteils, Cameron Giles-Webb
Hetta er okkara nátt 120 Sakis Rouvas
8. 3 Frakland Franskt Patricia Kaas Et s’il fallait le faire
M: Fred Blondin; T: Anse Lazio
Og tá tað má gerast 107 Patricia Kaas
9. 12 Bosnia og Hersegovina Bosniskt Regina Bistra voda
M/T: Aleksandar Čović
Klárt vatn 106
10. 9 Armenia Enskt, Armenskt Inga & Anusch
Ինգա և Անուշ
Jan Jan
Ջան ջան
M: Mane Hakobyan; T: Vardan Zadoyan, Avet Barseghyan
- 92
11. 10 Russland Russiskt, Ukrainskt Anastasija Prychodko
Анастасия Приходько
Mamo
Мамо
M: Konstantin Meladzé; T: Konstantin Meladzé, Diana Golde
Mamma 91 Anastasija Prychodko
12. 21 Ukraina Enskt Switlana Loboda
Світлана Лобода
Be My Valentine! (Anti-Crisis Girl)
M: Switlana Loboda; T: Yevgeny Matyushenko
Verð mín Valentin (Anti-Kreppu-Gentan) 76 Switlana Loboda
13. 16 Danmark Enskt Brinck Believe Again
M/T: Lars Halvor Jensen, Martin Michael Larsson, Ronan Keating
Trúgv umaftur 74
14. 13 Moldova Moldaviskt, Enskt Nelly Ciobanu Hora din Moldova
M: Veaceslav Daniliuc; T: Nelly Ciobanu
Dansur úr Moldava 69
15. 6 Portugal Portugisiskt Flor-de-Lis Todas as ruas do amor
M: Pedro Marques, Paulo Pereira; T: Pedro Marques
Allir kærleikans vegir 57 Daniela Varela, Sängerin der Gruppe Flor-de-Lis
16. 2 Ísrael Hebraiskt, Arabiskt, Enskt Noa & Mira Awad
אחינועם ניני ומירה עוואד
There Must Be Another Way
There Must Be Another Way (עינייך)
M/T: Noa, Mira Awad, Gil Dor
Tað má vera ein annar vegur (Tíni eygu) 53 Noa
17. 19 Albania Enskt Kejsi Tola Carry Me in Your Dreams
M: Edmond Zhulali; T: Agim Doçi
Ber meg í tínum dreymum 48 Kejsi Tola
18. 5 Kroatia Kroatiskt Igor Cukrov feat. Andrea Lijepa tena
M: Tonči Huljić; T: Vjekoslava Huljić
Vakra Tena 45
19. 22 Rumenia Enskt Elena The Balkan Girls
M: Laurenţiu Duţă, Ovidiu Bistriceanu, Daris Mangal; T: Laurenţiu Duţă, Alexandru Pelin
Balkan-Genturnar 40 Elena
20. 17 Týskland Enskt Alex Swings Oscar Sings! Miss Kiss Kiss Bang
M/T: Alex Christensen, Steffen Haefeliger
- 35
21. 4 Svøríki Enskt, Franskt Malena Ernman La voix
M: Fredrik Kempe; T: Fredrik Kempe, Malena Ernman
Røddin 33 Malena Ernman
22. 14 Malta Enskt Chiara What if We
M: Marc Paelinck; T: Gregory Bilsen
Hvat um vit 31
23. 1 Litava Enskt, Russiskt Sasha Son Love
M/T: Sasha Son
Kærleiki 23 Sasha Son (Mitte)
23. 25 Spania Spanskt, Enskt Soraya La noche es para mí (The Night Is for Me)
M: Jason Gill, Dimitri Stassos, Irini Michas; T: Felipe Pedroso
Náttin er fyri meg 23
25. 24 Finnland Enskt Waldo’s People Lose Control
M: A. Lehtonen, Karima; T: Waldo, A. Lehtonen, Karima, A. Kratz Gutå
Missa tamarhaldið 22

Keldur[rætta | rætta wikitekst]

  1. Eurovision Song Contest – Dusseldorf 2011 | News – Eurovision 2009: Provisional dates announced
  2. Russia hails Eurovision success as 'another triumph'
  3. Moscow accepted as 2009 Host City! | News | Eurovision Song Contest – Düsseldorf 2011
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